Google Home is playing ads for 'Beauty and The Beast'
Google's gonna Google as hard as Google can Google.
All opinions are equal in BuzzFeed's new comment system
Outside Your Bubble tries to teach readers about how different people think.
Valve may be using a neural net against 'Counter-Strike' cheaters
Battling hacks, one AI implementation at a time.
Reddit mixes up its front page with new 'r/Popular' subreddit
Hopefully, posts from outsider communities will more easily rise to the top.
Reddit bans 'alt-right' community over harassment
The r/altright subreddit allegedly published personal info for its targets.
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Reddit CEO apologizes for editing users' comments
He also introduced stricter moderation rules and announced that the website has enabled /r/all filtering.
Reddit CEO confesses to editing comments that insulted him
He changed them so that the comments were directed at The_Donald moderators instead.
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